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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Amy's Chicken Noodle Soup

Amy makes great soups and this one is no exception. She snuck it in on me tho. It would've been great to get on video. Good news is I'm eating it so fast, cause it's soooooooo goooooood we're gonna have to make it again soon!

Saturday Night Grilling

You have to work in the industry to know that this is a thing of beauty...or maybe not. ;)

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Horsey Beef Pickles

Again, Yet another family gathering and we needed a appetizer. We went to watch Ohio State last saturday over my brother Marc's house. We ate Hot dogs, hamburgers, 3 different kielbasa's, potato salad and Taco Dip. yum-yum. We Made this appetizer. Here's the vid.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Foodbuzz Publisher Community Launches



      San Francisco – October 13, 2008:   Foodbuzz, Inc., officially inaugurates its food blogger community with more than 1,000 blog partners, a global food blogging event and an online platform that captures the real-people, real-time power of food publishing in every corner of the world.  At launch, the Foodbuzz community ranks as one of the top-10 Internet destinations for food and dining (Quantcast), with bloggers based in 45 countries and 863 cities serving up daily food content.  

      “Food bloggers are at the forefront of reality publishing and the dramatic growth of new media has redefined how food enthusiasts access tasty content,” said Doug Collister, Executive Vice President of Foodbuzz, Inc.  “Food bloggers are the new breed of local food experts and at any minute of the day, Foodbuzz is there to help capture the immediacy of their hands-on experiences, be it a memorable restaurant meal, a trip to the farmers market, or a special home-cooked meal.”    

      Foodbuzz is the only online community with content created exclusively by food bloggers and rated by foodies. The site offers more than 20,000 pieces of new food and dining content weekly, including recipes, photos, blog posts, videos and restaurant reviews.   Members decide the “tastiness” of each piece of content by voting and “buzz” the most popular posts to the top of the daily menu of submissions.  Foodbuzz currently logs over 13 million monthly page views and over three million monthly unique visitors.     

      “Our goal is to be the number-one online source of quality food and dining content by promoting the talent, enthusiasm and knowledge of food bloggers around the globe,” said Ben Dehan, founder and CEO of Foodbuzz, Inc.  

      The Foodbuzz blogger community is growing at a rate of 40 percent per month driven by strong growth in existing partner blogs and the addition of over 100 new blogs per month.  “The Web site is like the stock of a great soup. The Web site provides the base or backbone for bloggers to interact as a community, contribute content, and have that content buzzed by their peers,” said Mr. Dehan.  

Global Blogging Event

      Demonstrating the talent and scope of the Foodbuzz community, 24 Meals, 24 Hours, 24 Blogs offered online food enthusiasts an international, virtual street festival of food and diversity.  The new feature showcased blog posts from 24 Foodbuzz partner bloggers chronicling events occurring around the globe during a 24 hour period and included:


      24 Meals, 24 Hours, 24 Blogs” captures the quality and unique local perspective of our food bloggers and shared it with the world,” said Ryan Stern, Director of the Foodbuzz Publisher Community.  “It illustrates exactly what the future of food publishing is all about – real food, experienced by real people, shared real-time.”    

About Foodbuzz, Inc.     

      Based in San Francisco, Foodbuzz, Inc., launched its beta Web site,, in 2007.  In less than a year, and its community of over 1,000 exclusive partner food blogs have grown into an extended online property that reaches more than three million users.  

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

White House Fruit Farm

We took a trip this past weekend to White House Fruit Farm. This place is amazing. The produce section was twice the size of the box food section. Just the opposite of the Giant conglomerate supermarkets. So I snapped a couple of pictures.

The veggies still have dirt on them.

Taste of The Valley

The Second Harvest Food Bank's Taste of the Valley was this weekend. A Great cause that always receives a tremendous turnout. Proceeds raised we're in the hundreds of thousands. I was able to snap a few pictures of the delicious food that was there.
Of Course my food. Shrimp Cocktail with Gran Marnier and Habanero Tabasco infused cocktail sauce. Cranberry Apple Pork with rosemary apples, dried cranberries served with a cranberry peach marmalade. 
Rosetta Stone's Meat and Cheese Table
Tiramisu by Niccolini's
Harvest Lasagna by The Georgetown
Pumpkin Roll